A finger fracture is a fairly common occurrence. Fingers are used to hold and take part in every day activity we know. The purpose of treating a finger fracture is to restore the patient's functioning of the finger and prevent the fingers from riding one on the other. Furthermore, the choice of what type of surgery to do in this case of the fracture - it is imperative that any surgery should be done by an expert and in consultation with the patient. As a general rule, I tend to avoid surgery whenever possible and like any good surgeon, try to explain to patients as to the pros and cons of having a surgery.
Finger hammer - Malet Finger - Hammer Finger - Fallen finger
A hammer or mallet or mallet finger is subject to a disability under section 45 of the National Insurance Regulations file. An injury that occurred as a result of work and even an injury that occurred as a result of a sports activity may entitle the injured to disability and financial compensation. For the purpose of repairing a hammer finger or mallett finger or Mallet finger as it is called in the article we published in the "harefuah" medical paper, I perform a unique operation during which I fix the fracture while locking it and the metal skewers that treat the fracture. Thus, faster fragment healing or fragment repair of the fragment and faster recovery is achieved. Furthermore, when the healing is over, the metal fixations are removed without having to leave metal parts inside the body. still, there are the pains of the break with seasonal change and exposure to cold. In most cases, a hammer finger or mallet finger can be treated in a protective manner. When there is a fracture at the tip of the finger at the base of the distal cylinder that involvess a significant portion of the joint, there is room for intervention and surgery to stabilize the fracture and because the straight tendon and flexor tendons act on the fracture area for all that implies - surgery may be indicated.